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Learn To Audit Yourself, Just Do You

I’ve been following @GaryVee for awhile now. Great guy. Lot of energy. A great role model in some respects and not in others. A wonderful “virtual mentor”. I just watched a video of him talking to a group of students at a USC entrepreneur class. He started of by saying that he believes 100%, with […]

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There is No Business Like Food Business

Right right I know there is no business like show business, but show business and food go hand in hand. Just look at all the reality shows based off of food and restaurants and now everyone is a celebrity chef. It is a very interesting crossroads at my life right now. In the past month […]

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Best Back Office Software for Small Businesses (Accounting, Payroll, Benefits, Email Marketing and More)

Ever since Square came onto the playing field a few years ago everyone has been developing great apps to help small businesses get up and running. Many new business owners have no idea where to start and often feel like they need to spend money on expensive advisers such as accountants and lawyers to get […]

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Marcus Lemonis Speech at Inc 5000

I have spent a lot of time trying to find out more about Marcus Lemonis’ personal story. Finally I found a speech he gave to an Inc 5000 conference. They titled it… Meet the Business Turnaround King Marcus Lemonis The key question I wanted answered was how did he even start Camping World. The usual […]

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Marcus Lemonis The Profit and My Desire to be an Entrepreneur

If you haven’t seen the CNBC show “The Profit” then you absolutely must. Marcus Lemonis is a business genius and he is learning and becoming smarter every single day with every single new deal he makes. The show’s basic premise is that Marcus comes and visits a potential business and determines if he can make […]

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Latest Finds for Programming

This is probably going to happen a lot. I have these tabs that I am keeping open so I can eventually start hitting these resources for programming. The easiest thing for me to do is bookmark them, but then I would probably forget about them. To keep a record of my progression I think it […]

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Beginning Programming, The Mountain is Massive

Literally where in the world do you begin? So much out there and if you are trying to teach yourself vs. go to a school… well, it’s just downright scary. I landed on this page where the guy pretty much lays out what each of the more popular programming languages does and the kind of […]

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The Rule of Opposites

I am currently reading The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham and I thought this concept deserved some attention. The rule of opposites is basically this… “The more enthusiastic investors become about the stock market in the long run, the more certain they are to be proved wrong in the short run” Buy low, sell high […]

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How To Tell When Stocks Go On Sale

Been going through the old articles for Mr. Money Mustache, and found this little gem I wanted to post as a reminder. How to tell when the stock market is on sale. The whole premise is that the average weighted P/E ratio of ALL S&P 500 companies has been 16.4. You use this number as […]

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Learning to Program: Getting Started

This has been a big goal of mine for a long time. I have put it off and put it off. I even tried to go back to college to get an IT degree and got talked into pursuing an MBA instead. As of right now, I still don’t know if that was the right […]

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